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Holiday Letting Price Information in Attica
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Attica. The week with the highest average prices is in July (21/07 - 28/07). During this week, a night will cost on average £113. Prices are more affordable in March (02/03 - 09/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Attica
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Attica for the next twelve months. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in August (04/08 - 11/08). Conversely, 82% of the lettings are still available during a week in October (06/10 - 13/10).
The weather in Attica
This is the climate diagram in Attica. July is the warmest month in Attica with average maximum temperatures of 33°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Attica, with temperatures going under 5°. The wettest month is February with 13 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 1 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Be awed by the Acropolis with Attica holiday homes
Discover the birthplace of European politics and theatre with holiday homes in Attica, Greece. On the sparkling Mediterranean, Attica is home to some of the greatest treasures of the ancient world. Join in the festivals that animate the region throughout the year and marvel at the imposing Acropolis.
The ancient citadel overlooking Athens is one of the masterpieces of ancient architecture. The Acropolis features a number of historic buildings that loomed large both physically and culturally in the Hellenistic world. The area was inhabited as early as the 4th millennium BCE and Greek statesman Pericles recorded the construction of the Acropolis in 429 BCE.
The Acropolis Museum is filled with glittering artefacts, including the Temple of Athena Nike, Alkamenes' sculpture of Hermes Propylaios and the hundred foot-long Hekatompedos. The Parthenon is the centrepiece of the Acropolis and served as the Treasury of Attica.
The Theatre of Dionysus was a focal point in ancient Greek life and is considered the birthplace of modern theatre. The acoustics are so good that murmurs onstage are audible from the top rows.
Gaze up at the vast and well-preserved Temple of Hephaestus to the west of Athens. It was dedicated to the ancient God of fire and Athena, goddess of crafts and wisdom. It was built around 450 years before the birth of Christ and is a classic example of Dorian style.
Ancient and modern festivals
The Attica peninsula is home to Greece's capital of Athens, and consequently its shores buzz with colourful festivals throughout the year. Greek Festival takes place in the summer and features theatre, music and art exhibitions throughout Athens' venues, including the Theatre of Herodes Atticus at the base of the Acropolis.
Rockwave international music festival takes place in early summer in Malakasa, 40 kilometres from Athens. Aeschilia Festival in Elefsina takes place every September with a program of art exhibitions and theatrical performances.
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